Skip Black has signed a worldwide publishing deal with Demolition Music.
The North Carolina native moved to Nashville in 2007, and has garnered cuts such as “Boy Like Me” for Aaron Goodvin (No. 1 at Canadian country radio), “Hello Goodbye” by Tyler Farr, “Keep On Fallin’” by Eric Paslay, “Love Drunk” by Locash, “All She Wrote” for Christie Lamb (2 weeks at No. 1 in Australia), the top 20 Billboard hit “Amen” by Edens Edge, and most recently “How You Make A Man” by Craig Morgan.
“Having Skip Black on our team means we have a shot at writing a smash every time he’s in the room. He’s that rare songwriter who elevates every line of every song and never settles for less than what the song deserves.” says President of Demolition Jon D’Agostino.
“I’ve been watching Demolition build their company over the last few years, and I couldn’t be more proud to be a part of their team. I can’t wait to see all that we can accomplish together!” adds Black.
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